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Three Dally Trains.
Two Dally Trains.
Pullman Sleepers and Free Reollllaa?
Chair Cars all the way without changfc 'rO
TEXAS and the WEST- The verybist
of connections. Cheap home-seekers tickets
on sale first and third Tuesdays each month
Memphis Ticket Office, 13 Monroe St.
F. D. Blackman, T. P. A.,
Frank M. GatrriTH, T. P. A.,
Qwo. H. Lis, Oen. P. & T. A.,
Little Rock, Ark.
Automobiles m Transport W'agoni.
Experiments in France have proved con
vincing, and the French believe they are
certain to play a role of much importance
in modern warfare. It is odd to note the
different uses to which nature and science
are put. On the battlefield they fight for
the destruction of life, while throughout
the country, Hostetter's Stomach1' Bitters
fights to preserve it. For fifty years the Bit
ters has been curing dyspepsia, indigestion,
constipation and biliousness. It will also
prevent malaria, fever and ague.
A Joke on tbe Doctor.
Going into the free dispensary of the New
York Medical College and Hospital for
Women one afternoon a physician found
three or four little girls who, while await
ing treatment, had evidently made friends,
and were huddled together on one beneh,
eagerly discussing something of great in
terest, which on investigation proved to be
a much handled "chunk of candy. In as
tonishment he inquired what they were do
ing. Some questioning finally elicited an
explanation that "de one what tells de big
gest lie wins it." "Oh," said the doctor. "I
am ashamed of you. When I was little like
vou I never told lies." A plight pause, then
from the smallest girl: "Give him de can
dy." N. Y. Tribune.
Do Your Feet Acne and Bornt
Shake into your shoes, Allen's Foot-Ease,
a powder for the feet. It makes tight or New
Shoes Feel Easy, Cures Corns, Itching,
Swollen, Hot, Callous, Smarting, Sore and
Sweating Feet. All Druggists and Shoe
Stores sell it, 25c. Sample sent FREE. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
The Emperor AV'ns Polite.
A woman who is of (high social distinction
in America was presented to the kaiser at
some dinner that was not attended with
roval state. She was talking to him when
nhf was offered a famous German ealad
It was handed on her right and the kaiser
was on her left, which put her in a predica
ment. She did not dare turn her face from
the emperor to help herself to the salad.
The situation was too much for her. The
emperor, seeing the condition at a glance,
looked at her for an instant and laughed,
as he said: "A kaiser can wait, but a salad
cannot." Chicago Chronicle.
I want every man and woman in the
United States interested in the Opium and
VV hisky habits to have one of my books on
these diseases. Address B. M. Woolley,
Atlanta, Ga, Box 887, and one will be sent
what a nice little dog you have, sonny; 1
don t believe a nice little doer like him will
bite." Lottie Bov "Don't, dnn't vir? Ria
i em, Uiill Uhio estate Journal.
When you tell a man a funny story, and
he does not see the point, ever notice the
fool grin on his face when he tries to be ap
preciative.' Atchison Ulobe.
LEBANON LM SCHOOL
; Ten thousand pages of living Americas law
taught. All accomplished in one year, with
diploma and license. Not a lecture school. Next
term begins September 1901. -Address
LAW SCHOOL, Lebanon, Tenn.
ST. BERNARD COLLEGE
FOR YOUNG MEN,
Condnoted by the Benedictine Fathers. Prepara
tory, Commercial, Classical and Philosophical
Courses. Board and Tuition, SI SO per annum.
Write for Catalogue.
BEV. DIRECTOR. Bt. Bernard College,
ST. BEltN'AKD P.O., ALABAMA,
SOUTHWESTERN PRESBYTERIAN UNIVERSITY,
Next Session will open September 18th. Attention of
parents and others Invited to the institution's facilities
Able faculty of fourteen. Physical Director. Gymnas
ium. All usual branches taught. Beautiful location, in
delightful community. Healthful. Accessible. Ex
penses very low. Less than one hundred dollars each
calf year. Large endowment for support. For cata
logue or special information, address KKV. GKOKGE
SUJIMETT, 1. !., LL. IV, Chancellor. (Address until
September lOth, Slonteugle, Tennessee.)
Select home school for young
ladles. Teachers, appoint
ments and Influences unsur
passed. Terms moderate.
Opens Sept. 2, 1901. Write for
catalogue. Ker, Edmund
iiopk.iiisvlllo,Ky. Harrison, A.M.
I. JC. PKESTOX, President.
Ideal location. All modern appointments. 15
Scholarly teachers. All departments, iloderate
cost. 6th session catalog-ua ready.
WHAT NEW YORK CHEFS EAT.
Proper Grevillot, who has been con
nected with the Delmonicb establish
ment 25 years, is a small eater and be
lieves in the plainest of food.
The dinner of Jean Hoth, chef at the
Hotel Netherland, on the day he was
teen, was of boiled beef and spinach,
with no other ve ire tables or dessert.
Gustave Mouvel, the chef at the Fifth
Avenue hotel, was een while he was
at dinner. His meal consisted of a
small piece of fresh mackerel, pound
cake and claret.'
Angelo Lamanna. chef at the Long
Beacn hotel, never cats meat and sel
dom fish, h:E sole food being- cereals
with milk. He weighs over 200 pounds
end is the picture uf health.
Pasquale Grand, chef at Sherry's, is
one of the youngest cooks in New York.
He eats but two meals a day, very light,
and consisting principally of soup. He
is not a lover of meat and drinks no
P. Eeny, chef at the Waldorf, who has
been in this country 30 years, subsists
mainly on onion soup and beef tea.
Chef Eeny is about 50 years old, short
and stout and well nourished. Chef
Eeny is astonished at the quantity of
food, especially of sweet food, eaten by
"I can't remember when I last dined.
Certainly I have not eaten what you
Americans call a square meal since I
came to this country many years ago."
Saying this with a laugh and the shrug
of the shoulders so characteristic of
the Frenchman, Zanophon Kuzmier,
chef of the Hotel Savoy, sat back in his
easy chair in his little office and talked
gastronomy. Chef Kuzmier's state
ment is especially remarkable when
his healthy, robust appearance is con
sidered. "We absorb the food fumes,"
he observed. "When one takes andre
tains in his system through the pores
roast beef.muttonand all other health
and strength giving foods he does not
require them in his stomach."
juarcom nas a motor carriage
which is equipped with a folding cyl
inder on top of the car and devices
for the transmission of wireless tele
graphic signaling. Motor cars fitted
with this device are to be used in
forthcoming military maneuvers in
Howard Female College
Established 1836 by I. O. 6. F.
Faculty of nine experienced teachers. Three mnslc
teachers. Thorough instruction in Elocution and Art
Board, tuition and music tsi) per school vear. Catalog
on application. Z. K. GRIFFIN. Pres.. Gallatin. Tenn.
Opens 4;th annual session
Sept. 3, lyni. Full corps Of
teachers from leadine col
leges and universities of Ed-
rm.li 11 nil imarinn T( 1 1 1 1 r( i n it
rntnmin, i fin,- ar)(i campus I.irtre and beau
tiful. Each department a specialty. Writ, for eatalocM.
Thousands of half-sick people
are trying to do well people'a
work. The burden is too great,
and it is usually unnecessary.
Those who suffer from that dull,
tired -out feeling- are victims of a
torpid liver. Any physician will
tell you that. A remedy that
will actually regulate and
strengthen the liver will give
you the energy that makes work
easy and life worth living-.
never fails to stimulate the
liver to healthy activity. It
cures biliousness, headache, con
stipation, indigestion, rheuma
tism and debility. It must cure
you or you get your money back.
Price 50 cents.
Sold by All Drug-grists.
Prepared by JAMES S. ROBINSON.
Tbe Doctor's Joke,
tr. - iinnii Anr&rtr snvwiT. and no
gentleman, or he would not have been so
cruel to the tair young gin wno kujui
aid. But even doctors are human and hka
t0"Doctor," she said. "I am afraid this cli
mate is too severe for me. 1 have such a
iitiit with TTv limes "
Kicait -v. vs-w e t
"You would have a great deal more
trouble breathing witnour. mem, repiieu
the cruel man, -witU a loud, hoarse laugh.
The maiden shrunk from such a wicked
man, and fled as though pursued by a mouse.
Did All tbe Talking-.
Comedian Why flid the supernumerary
leave the company?
Sue Brette Because she couldn't obtain
a speaking part.
"Has she got one new?
"I presume so. She married the man-
A Charitable Bore.
Mrs. Widder My first husband always1
TV Ul 1 tr'Cl Hl 1 l"'C-
iv WifMor Well let us hone he is where
he has none to bother him now. Baltimore
Had the Tools.
1 just dropped in to see if you wanted
any of your wise saws sharpened," said the
"No, we use our own files for that," re
plied the editor. I'hil&delpnia trrnm.
Piso's Cure is the best medicine we ever
nsed for all affections of the throat and
lungs. Wm. O. Endsley, Vanburen, InL,
reb. 10, 1900;
The Chip Off the Block. "I can tell you
one thing, Maria. If Johnny is like me, he
will have good staying qualities, anyhow.
"He has them now, John. He'd stay in bed
till noon every day if I'd let him." Boston
At the Funeral. Riesr "Poor old Mudcre,
He doesn't look like the same man." Tigg
"No. And just listen to that eulogy. It
doesn t sound as if t were for the same
man, either. Baltimore American.
to produce a better remedy for Chills and
Fever, Ague and all Malarial diseases than
Yucatan Chill Tonic (Improved). For
the past 15 years many sweet and so-
called tasteless Chill Ton
ics have been forced
on the public. The
theory of this sort
of medication is
wrong. The stomach of
a sick person rejects
anything sweet and
when the stomach
rebels it is. time to change your medi
cine any honest doctor will tell you so.
A Chill Tonic made right is what the people
want, and the American Pharmacal Co. (Incorporated) ,
of Evansville, Ind., have, after many years of study
and experiment, produced a remedy for Chills,
Fever, Ague and all Malarial diseases, that just suits
the taste of a sick person. This famous remedy, which
is called -Yucatan Chill Tonic (Improved), has
achieved a wonderful success wherever introduced
and in many sections has entirely superseded the
sweet and nauseating, so-called, tasteless Tonics.
Insist on getting the genuine Yucatan Chill Tonic
(Improved). Your dealer has it or can get it
from his jobber in a day or two. Price 50 cents
ft bottle. Made only by the
MIERICAfJ PHARHACAL CO.,
:-fv r in.
4rodnctlTe Territory Beinc Constantly Ex
tendedThe Demand for Oil Fuel.
WASHrxGTOw, July 29. The oil and
gas fields of the western interior of
Texas are reported in a bulletin issued
by the geological survey The report
says the productive . territory is being
constantly extended, as there is a de
mand for the gas as fuel and oil Id
proving a profitable resource. The
principal productive field of the west
ern interior lies in Southwestern Kan
sas and the northern part of Indian
Territory, although both gas and oil
in limited quantities have been found
as far north as Kansas City and along
the western border, of Missouri, Ac
cording to the report, the Beaumont oil
has a gravity of 22 degrees Baume,
has an asphalt base and contains a
considerable quantity of sulphur.
'Tests show," says the report, "that the
percentage of light oils which it con
tains is very low and it is, therefore.
regarded as a fuel oil. The cluster of
wells at Beaumont which have reached
the oil deposits are four miles south
of the center of the town and within a
radius of a half mile from the first
discovery. Up to June 15 those actual
ly recognized as producers number
eleven. The active drilling has been
nearly all confined to the Spindle Top
height and thus far has developed a
field of limited extent. Some of the
wells situated very near to the produc
ing territory are now proved to be
failures. This has caused a more con
servative spirit among the operators
and the oil business is beginning to
be conducted on a more careful basis.
The fact that the reservoir under
Spindle Top heights' appears to have
only a limited extent does not preclude
the possibility of finding oil in the
same general horizon in other places.
Instead of a continuous field pros
pectors should expect to find a number
of small fields occurring at wide intervals."
TWO SLAIN BY A NEGRO.
OIL FIELDS OF TEXAS
Serious Race Conflict Threatened Because
of the Crime.
Little Rock, Ark., July 29. Junius
Blake, a prominent farmer in Leake
township, Glennville postoffice, Nevada'
county, brings the news to this city
of a double killing at that place last
night. The particulars are that a
party of white men of that neighbor
hood sent word to a negro resident by
the name of Lige Siegler that they
would be out to whip him last night,
and received word' back that some of
them would get 'killed if they came
The party went out and the report is
that Siegler and his son shot into the
party, killing Lewis Haynie, brother
of State Senator Haynie, and Hop
Halton, a brother of John Halton, a
prominent merchant at Stephens, mem
ber of the firm of Halton & Lester.
There are some 400 negroes and 30
white people in this township, and
racial troubles have been brewing for
some time, in fact, some of the obstrep
erous blacks had already been
whipped before this clash of last night.
At last reports parties of white peo
ple had left for the scene of trouble
from Waldo and Stepnens, and the
negro s house was still surrounded.
THIRTY NEW CADETS.
First Man to Scale tbe Wall at Pekln
Among the Number.
West Point, N. Y., July 29. The
following candidates among others
who reported last week, successfully
passed the examination. Thirty were
successful, six the military academy as
cadets: Charles C. Bankhead, Texas;
Gibson T. Berry, Kentucky; Henry T.
Burgin, Florida; Halsey Dunwoody, at
large; Charley J. Kennerly, Tennessee;
Joseph L. Landry, Louisiana; Clarance
K. Lyman, Hawaii; Felix W. Motlow,
Tennessee; St. Clair Newbern, North
Carolina; Charles T. Scott, Alabama;
Herndon Sharp, Louisiana; Don D,
Strong, Georgia; Thomas S. Roberts,
Tennessee; Calvin P. Titus, at large;
Bloxan Ward, Florida. Forty-eight re
ported for examination. Thirty were
successful, six failed, two were reject
ed by the medical board and ten alter
nates passed for whom no vacancies
exist. The number which passed beats
all records. Titus is the young man
who was the first to scale the wall at
Pekin, China. Lyman of Hawaii ia
the, first cadet to be appointed from
the government's new possessions. The
corps now numbers 464 cadets, within
18 of the full number provided for.
Lodged Against the Language Alleging
Disobedience Used ia the Precept.
Washington, July 29. Secretary
Long stated today that if the complaint
against the language used in the fifth
specification of the precept to the
Schley court of inquiry was officially
made to him by Adrimal Schley ' he
would give the matter consideration
and that the language might be moui
fied. The fifth specification was as fol
lows: 5. The circumstances attending and
the reasons for the disobedience by
Commodore Schley to the orders of the
department contained in its dispatch
dated May 25, 1898, and the propriety
of his conduct in the premises.
Found Dead in Iteil.
' Natchez, Miss., July 29. Capt. Ly
man Godfrey Aldrich, one of the most
prominent citizens of Natchez, and a
member of the Supreme Lodge Knights
of Pythias, was found dead in his bed
this morning, aged 62 years, a victim
of paralysis. He suffered two strokes
previous to this time, but recovered.
Capt. Aldrich returned from Chicago
about ten days ago, where he attended
an extra session called for the purpose
of investigating the affairs of the en
dowment rank. He was a member of
the board of control, which had this
rank in charge.
Kotb In tape Colony.
London, July 29. A dispatch from
Cape Town says: "Boers are scattered
throughout the upper districts of Cape
Colony. Some are within a few miles
of Ind we. Others are around James
town and between Holteno and
Burghersdorp. Several parties are close
Captured Twenty-Five Boers.
Pretoria, July 29. Col. Garrett has
had a successful skirmish . near Vere
niging. His force captured twenty-five
Boers and a number cattle and
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"An Order of Ths Court.
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On and after it, remember,
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If you can't get from your grocer
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Inclose two cents and let us know, sir,
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The summer's awful heat will kill those
not fit to resist it those whose bodies are full
of poison because they have neglected their
The victims of sunstroke, or of any of the
other terrible dangers of summer diarrhoea,
dysentery, cholera morbus are always those
who have been careless about keeping clean in
side, and as a result have their blood full of
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bodies ready with weakness to succumb to the
hotpell. Dizziness, heat headaches, sick
stomachs, sticky oozing ill-smelling sweats,
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I jjfroni Memphis to lexas,
(you can enjoy an undis
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the-Gotton . Belt runs a
through Sleeper,lwhile no
other line does.
Besides Sleepers at night. Cotton Belt
trains carry Parlor Cafe Cars during the
diy and Free Chair Cars both day and
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